For the new Digital PSAT 10/11, Piqosity offers two, full-length PSAT practice tests completely free! Just like the real PSAT, Piqosity’s digital PSAT is comprised of 54 Reading and Writing Questions and 44 Math questions.

- No credit card or phone number required
- Full-length and adaptive
- Completely free through September 19, 2024

We are also actively working on two PSAT 8/9 practice tests. Our first PSAT 8/9 Practice Test “Lanier” went online for free use on September 22, 2024. Piqosity’s PSAT 10/11 practice tests are named for Houston high schools Bellaire and Lamar, and our PSAT 8/9 practice tests are titled for our neighboring middle schools Lanier and Pin Oak.

And what should you do when you finish these PSAT practice tests and still want to hone your skills further? Move onto our 12 full-length SAT digital practice tests! The SAT and PSAT are very similar, with the PSAT just being a tiny bit easier.

The Reading and Writing test is divided into 2 modules. All students will take the mixed difficulty Reading and Writing module 1. Students who correctly answer 19 or more questions in module 1 will then go on to the harder Reading and Writing module 2b. Conversely, the majority of students will receive the easier Reading and Writing module 2a.

The Math test is divided into two modules. All students will take the mixed difficulty Math module 1. Students who correctly answer 12 or more questions in Math module 1 will then go on to the harder Math module 2b. Conversely, the majority of students will receive the easier Math module 2a.

Given the newness of the digital PSAT and SAT, this course is still in development. We intend to make continuous improvements including peer-norming the test questions and tweaking the user interface. We hope you find our free digital PSAT test beneficial and wish you the best of luck on the real PSAT in October!

**Digital PSAT Structure**

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Similar to the upcoming digital SAT, the digital PSAT is comprised of two tests:

**Reading and Writing**– 64 minutes and 54 questions; 71 seconds per question**Math**– 70 minutes and 44 questions; 95 seconds per question

Each test is subdivided into two modules of equal question count and timed length:

**Module 1**– all students take this module**Module 2**– hard or easy module

Module 2 is “adaptive,” in that about 75% of students will get the easier version and the highest scoring 25% will get the harder version:

**Reading and Writing 2b hard**– accessible when you get about 70% of of Reading and Writing module 1 questions correct**Math Writing 2b hard**– accessible when you get about 60% of Math module 1 questions correct

You need to reach Module 2b in order to get the highest possible score on the PSAT. Students who don’t make it to the harder module 2b will see a maximum score of about 1100 out of 1600.

**Digital PSAT Tested Content**

**Reading and Writing Test**

- 27 passages per module
- 25-150 words in length
- 1 question per passage
- 71 seconds per question
- Wide range of genres including poetry

**Tested reading and writing topics include:**

- Information & Ideas – Main Idea & Supporting Idea
- Craft & Structure – Includes Vocabulary in Context
- Expression of Ideas – Conciseness & Precision
- Standard English Conventions – Grammar & Mechanics

**Math Test**

- 22 questions per module
- 95 seconds per question
- 2/3 multiple choice
- 1/3 type-in, free-response
- Calculator always allowed

**Tested math topics include:**

- Algebra (30%) – Pre-Algebra & Algebra I
- Advanced Math (30%) – Up through Algebra II
- Problem Solving & Data Analysis (15%)
- Geometry & Trigonometry (15%)

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